Her name is Niko

27th Apr 2020, 7:05 AM in Chapter 37. A nice company!
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Her name is Niko
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Valares 27th Apr 2020, 7:05 AM edit delete
Hello friends! Over the past few weeks it has been very difficult for me (and I imagine for you too) .. and because of that I have not had time and priority to be able to update the story. Therefore, for a while I will have to increase the update interval...

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Valares 7th Apr 2020, 5:35 PM edit delete reply
Did the Werewolf become this girl ?! Who is Niko? She needs to save Hitomi from certain death!
ShoShone 27th Apr 2020, 9:40 AM edit delete reply
Frame five. She lays so as the werewolf fell. Perhaps that's the glow of transformation which you've portrayed to be about her. Oh, yeah ... The unconscious werewolf began to glow in frame three.

"Did the Werewolf become this girl?" Don't be coy. I thought it obvious that was your intent.

Fortuitous she changed. Yet, the page immediately prior this, when she fell I did NOT presume that unconsciousness would make for transformation. Hence, I had trepidations for this scene.

Frames three and four. The cockroach stands at Hitomi's head. She might have run there. But NO. In frame one you show her flying. In the rain! Yet back when the storm began she proclaimed her inability to fly with rainwater on her wings. What gives now?
Valares 27th Apr 2020, 1:35 PM edit delete reply
Well...Calm down friend, you are taking everything literally! :D

In desperation to see her master, the fairy flew towards her.
ShoShone 28th Apr 2020, 5:53 AM edit delete reply
Seems you don't get my style.

You expressed it as a question when the situation was more definite. No, I didn't take the contradiction literally. It was clear you were only teasing. That's why I mentioned you being coy. But I was teasing you in return. 😏

But when the cockroach said she couldn't fly in the rain it sounded like she was expressing a physical impossibility and it was definite. Or did you mean that wasn't to be taken literally? Otherwise, I don't see how the change of her mood could alter that physical limit.
Valares 28th Apr 2020, 8:14 AM edit delete reply
Ha Ha Ha Ha!

I've got me. I admit! :D

I'm not very good at plot creation, but I try very hard within my limits. Anyway, I try to learn by your opinions (and others) as a form of feedback. Thank you!
ShoShone 28th Apr 2020, 2:55 PM edit delete reply
Well, saying you're not good at plot creation is going too far. You do good. But you do need to keep on your toes at times.

Review it before you finalize anything. And review it again in hard copy to check for any holes.

Somehow I didn't see that knocking her unconscious alone would make for transformation. I had presumed caging her or heavy chaining until daylight would have been necessary for transformation. Or a magic spell. Perhaps I could have considered the energy from that seventh death blow to have intervened somehow to temporarily subdue the supernatural link.
Valares 28th Apr 2020, 5:00 PM edit delete reply
Yes you are right. Lately I have had little time to prepare the pages, and I end up rushing through the final review. Sorry!

As for the lycanthropy effect, I confess that I'm still thinking about something. I just know that I wanted to do something different from the conventional effect (full moon effect and such ...)